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An answer to Mr. Benjamin Bennet's Irenicum: wherein the doctrine of the trinity is defended, and the Duty of Believing it enforc'd: The Necessity of a Divine Illumination declar'd: The pretended Right of Christians, to chuse what is Wrong, adjusted: An Ambiguity in settling Fundamentals expos'd: The insolent Charge of Imposing and setting up an Inquisition, answer'd: And loose Harangues about Peace, with a Neglect of Truth, prov'd to be only the Shuffling of an Author, and to have no place in an Argument. By John Atkinson, of Stainton, in Westmorland.

  • Atkinson, John, of Stainton, Westmoreland.
MDCCXXIV. [1724]
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London : printed for John and Barham Clark, at the Bible and Crown, in the Poultry, near Cheapside, MDCCXXIV. [1724]

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48p. ; 8⁰.

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ESTC T87812


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